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Sep 9, 2012 10:00am PDT
the way the country is now, they quote bonnie simms of southeastern virginia, who then explained that values like hard work, thrift, and obedience to the law are no longer taught in the u.s. "you have to select english for daily transactions," simms explained to the authors. the tea party loves america, but it is an america that is an abstraction or memory. the nation of today with its many immigrants, liberated women, increasingly liberated gays, government programs, open trade, and a spanish language option on every phone, seems to scare them. for many conservatives, the rot set in a while ago. ron paul and his supporters argue, for instance, that the creation of the federal reserve in 1913 marked the beginning of the fall. others see the new deal as deeply illegitimate. for many, the culprit is the social changes ushered in by the 1960s. these have been with us for 100 years. they broadened opportunities for women and minorities, gave income support to seniors, helped create stable economic growth that has been the envy of the world. at some point, the change has become part o
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